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ALABAMA COLLEGE 

A STATE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 
MONTEVALLO. ALABAMA 




SUMMER SCHOOL 
BULLETIN 

1969 



BULLETIN 

Published Quarterly by Alabama College 

Vol. LVIV April, 1969 No. 3 



Entered at the Post Office, Montevallo, Alabama, 35115 
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THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

His Excellency, Albert P. Brewer, Governor of Alabama, 
President, ex-offkio 

Ernest Stone, State Superintendent of Education, ex-officio 









Term 


Name 


Address 


District 


Expires 


Mrs. N. J. Bell, Jr. 


Montgomery 


Second 


1971 


W. Van Gilbert 


Athens 


Eighth 


1971 


Joe L. Jennings 


Lanett 


State-at-Large 


1971 


Mrs. E. N. Merriwether 


Mobile 


First 


1980 


Mrs. Marvin Rains 


Fort Payne 


Seventh 


1971 


Mrs. Isaac Riley 


Ozark 


Third 


1975 


Frank P. Samford 


Birmingham 


State-at-Large 


1975 


James M. Tingle 


Birmingham 


Sixth 


1975 


Wales W. Wallace, Jr. 


Columbiana 


Fifth 


1975 


Mrs. Peggy Wilson 


Jasper 


Seventh 


1980 


Graham Wright 


Talladega 


Fourth 


1980 



THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Wales W. Wallace, Jr., Chairman 
James M. Tingle, Vice-Chairman 
Mrs. E. N. Merriwether 
Mrs. Isaac Riley 



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 

Kermit A. Johnson, B.S., M.A., Ed.D President 

John B. Walters, B.A., M.A., Ph.D Dean 

Director of Summer School 

Ruth Coffman, B.A., M.A Dean of Women 

James R. Wilkinson, B.S., M.E Dean of Men 

Lee A. Barclay, B.S., M.S Business Manager and Treasurer 

Bessie M. Elliott Assistant Treasurer 

Linda C. Mahan, B.M., M.A Pre-Enrollment Counselor 

Kermit Mathison, B.S., M.A 

Director of Admissions and Records 

Laura Frances Mathison, B.S Director, Alumni Affairs 

Ralph Sears, B.S., M.A Director of Public Relations 

Robert Somers, B.A., M.A Director of Libraries 



CALENDAR 

THE SUMMER SCHOOL 

1969 

June 8-9 Sunday and Monday. Orientation program for en- 
tering students. 

Monday. Registration. 

Monday and Tuesday. Graduate Record Examina- 
tion. 

Workshop in Creative Dramatics. 

Speech and Hearing Residential Clinic. 

Workshop in the Teaching of Reading. 

Nutrition Education Workshop. 

Wednesday. Last day changes in schedule may be 
made. 

Friday. Fourth of July holiday begins at end of 
classes. 

Monday. Classes begin 8:00 a.m. 

Saturday. First term ends. 

Monday. Registration for second term. 

Workshop in Basic Testing for Speech and Hear- 
ing Problems. 

Wednesday. Last day changes in schedule may be 
made. 

Saturday. ACT Testing Program. 

Saturday. National Teacher Examination. 

Saturday and Sunday. Presbyterian Men's con- 
ference. 

Monday and Tuesday. Briefing sessions for Orienta- 
tion Counselors. 

Fall Orientation Program — Group I. 

Fall Orientation Program — Group II. 

Fall Orientation Program — Group III. 

Association of High School Student Councils. 

Fall Orientation Program — Group IV. 

Friday. Graduation Exercises, 7:30 p.m., Palmer 
Auditorium. 

August 16 Saturday. Second term ends. 



June 


9 


June 


9-10 


June 


9-21 


June 9- 
July 12 


June 


9-21 


June 


9-28 


June 


11 


July 


4 


July 


7 


July 


12 


July 


14 


July 


14-26 


July 


16 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19-20 


July 


21-22 


July 


23-25 


July 28-30 


July 31- 
August 2 


August 3-9 


August 4-6 


August 15 



SUMMER SESSION 3 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The summer school for 1969 will operate in one session of 
two terms of five weeks each.* Students may take two courses 
each term, and one physical activities course in either the first 
or second term. Ordinarily thirteen semester hours may be earned. 

No changes in schedule will be permitted after the close of 
classes on Wednesday of the first week of each term. In every 
case such changes will require the Dean's approval, and a fee of 
$2.00 will be charged. 

College facilities will be available only to students registered 
for not less than four semester hours of work. 

The residence halls will be available only to students enrolled 
for not less than four semester hours of work. 

Neither academic probation nor suspension may be removed 
by credit earned in workshops or institutes. 

All college regulations which apply to students during the 
regular academic year, with exceptions noted above, will apply 
to the summer session. 

Class Attendance Regulations 

Students are expected to attend all classes, but where ab- 
sences occur they will follow the regulation governing attend- 
ance during the regular session. A student on scholastic proba- 
tion will be dropped with a grade of F if he has two unauthor- 
ized absences in a class. 

Admission and Room Reservation 

All students who plan to attend and who are not now at- 
tending the regular session should fill in the blank on the back 
cover of this bulletin and return it to the Director of Admissions 
requesting a regular application form. All others will simply pay 
the usual deposit at the time designated. 

A student who is attending another college and plans to 
be here for the summer school only should have a statement of 
good standing sent from that college to the Director of Admis- 
sions of Alabama College at least a week prior to the opening 
date of summer school. No transfer student may be admitted 
until an official transcript from the institution from which he is 
transferring has been received and approved. 

Registration 

Registration for the first term will be held Monday, June 
9, and registration for the second term will be heir Monday, 
July 14. No student will be permitted to enroll after the begin- 



*Students who plan to attend the full summer session will register 
and pay fees for both terms on Monday, June 9, 1969. 



4 ALABAMA COLLEGE 

ning of classes without special permission of the Dean of the 
College. If such permission is granted, a late registration fee will 
be charged. 

COST OF ATTENDANCE 

*Room, board, per term $125.00 

Sales tax on board, per term 1.80 

College and credit hour fee, per term 60.00 

Total cost per term $186.80 

Out-of-state fee, per term $ 50.00 

It should be noted that no additional laboratory, activity, or 
other special fees are charged, except for private music lessons 
and musical instruments as indicated by catalog sections dealing 
with music programs. This system of summary charges is used by 
Alabama College because it presents accurately the charges made 
to students. This fact should be borne in mind when considering 
cost comparisons where varied and special charges are made. 

When a student registers for less than five hours, he will 
be charged at the rate of $12.50 per semester hour, with a min- 
imum charge of $25.00. 

Music fees: 

Applied music carries the college fee plus a charge of $28.00 
for each term. 

For cost of attending the elementary or high school see pages 
7 and 14. 

For cost of attendance for special workshops and institutes 
listed on pages 6-7 to be held during the summer school, write 
to the director of the workshop or institute in which you are in- 
terested. The charges will include tuition, room, board, and medi- 
cal services. The participant will provide his own bed linens and 
towels. 

Refund of Fees 

No fees except those for room and board will be refunded 
to those students who withdraw after completing their registra- 
tion for a summer school term. 

A student who withdraws before completion of a term is 
charged $4.00 per day for room and board from the opening 



* Charges are based on two occupants in a room. An additional charge will 
be made when a student occupies a room to himself. These charges are based 
on the assumption that students bring their own linens. 



SUMMER SESSION 5 

of the term until notice of his withdrawal is received by either 
the Dean of Men or Dean of Women. 

COURSES OFFERED 

Courses are offered in art, biology, business administration, 
chemistry, economics, education, English, foreign languages, 
geography, geology, history, home economics, mathematics, mu- 
sic, physical education, physics, political science, psychology, 
sociology, and speech. 

Introduction of New Courses and Elimination 
of Announced Courses 

The right is reserved to introduce new courses for which 
there is adequate demand and to eliminate courses for which the 
enrollment is insufficient. Ten students per class is the minimum 
enrollment except in special cases. 

Teachers Certificates 

Requirements for the issuance and reinstatement of the 
several types of Alabama teachers certificates may be met by 
work completed in summer school. Those interested in securing 
a certificate through summer school work at Alabama College 
may obtain full information from the Summer School Director. 
Those interested in reinstating a certificate are requested to bring 
their old one with them. 

THE GRADUATE DIVISION 

Alabama College offers a program of graduate study in 
elementary and secondary education with majors in the follow- 
ing fields: American studies, biology, counselling and guidance, 
education, English, general science, home economics, history, 
mathematics-physics, physical education, psychology, speech and 
speech correction. This program leads to the degree of Master 
of Arts in Teaching. 

Admission to the Graduate Division is based on an accept- 
able average on undergraduate work, and/or a satisfactory score 
on the Graduate Record Examination. The Aptitude and Area 
Tests are required. Graduate Record Examinations are given sev- 
eral times each year in Alabama. Those entering the Division be- 
fore the Graduate Record Examinations scores are available will 
be admitted on a tentative basis only. Undergraduate credit only 
will be granted for courses when admission requirements are 
not met. 

The Graduate Record Examinations for admission for those 
working towards a degree will be given on the campus on June 



6 ALABAMA COLLEGE 

9 and 10. Examinations are required of all applicants who enroll 
for work towards the degree. A fee of $5.00 will be charged, 
and applicants will be admitted to the examinations only upon 
presentation of a receipt from the Business Office. 

Those desiring to begin graduate work this summer should 
write for the graduate bulletin and for an application blank to 
enter the graduate program. It is important to complete the ap- 
plication and return it to the Director of Admissions, and have 
official transcripts of all undergraduate credits sent at least two 
weeks before the opening of the summer session. 

In the description of courses given in this bulletin to be 
offered this summer, courses numbered 300 and 400 which are 
marked with an asterisk (*) are open to both graduate and un- 
dergraduate students and will carry undergraduate or graduate 
credit. Courses numbered 500 are open only to graduate students 
and will carry only graduate credit. 

Pupils Eligible for Montevallo Public Schools — 
Costs — Living Arrangements 

A limited number of pupils from outside the town of Mon- 
tevallo can be accepted in both the elementary and the high 
school. Pupils of parents attending summer school at Alabama 
College will be given preference in attending these schools. Ele- 
mentary school pupils will be charged a registration fee of $15.00, 
and pupils in the junior and senior high schools will pay regis- 
tration fees of $20.00 and $25.00 respectively. 

WORKSHOP IN CREATIVE DRAMATICS 
June 9-21 

The workshop in Creative Dramatics is an intensified course 
with concentration on creative play-making as a basic means of 
stimulating creative thinking, especially with children. The ob- 
jectives are: first, to revitalize the creative imagination of adults 
who will be responsible for childhood development; second, to 
provide techniques for such development; third, to demonstrate 
the use of creative dramatics with children. The workshop is the 
combined products of Rita Criste, national authority on creative 
drama and theatre for children, and Willilee Trumbauer, Speech 
Department, Alabama College. May be audited or taken for un- 
dergradute or graduate credit. (Speech 420, 3 hours) 

WORKSHOP IN THE TEACHING OF READING 
June 9-21 

With emphasis on phonics, attention is given to the selec- 
tion and effective use of instructional material and to the solu- 



SUMMER SESSION 7 

tion of problems encountered in teaching reading. The work- 
shop meets daily except Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to noon on the 
dates listed above. May be audited or taken for undergraduate 
or graduate credit. (Education 402, 3 hours) 

WORKSHOP IN BASIC TESTING FOR SPEECH AND 

HEARING PROBLEMS 

July 14-26 

Course includes interpretation of normal speech and hearing 
development wth demonstration and supervised practice in basic 
screening procedures for deviations in communication skills, to- 
gether with the consideration of follow-up procedures. The 
course is structured to meet needs of public health nurses, 1 
classroom teachers, social workers, and supervising personnel in 
education and social agencies. May be audited or taken for un- 
dergraduate credit. (Speech 480, 3 hours) 

NUTRITION WORKSHOP 
June 9-21, two hours credit 
June 9-28, three hours credit 

The workshop is planned for teachers who are interested 
in understanding basic concepts of nutrition and methods of 
generalizations, learning experiences and audio-visual aids in 
home economics courses. Emphasis will be given to implications 
of recent research for the teaching of nutrition to secondary 
school pupils and to adults in the community. Prerequisite: 
Graduate standing. (H.E. 560) 

SPEECH AND HEARING CLINIC 

June 9-July 12 

Alabama College will provide living accommodations for a 
limited number of elementary and high school students with 
speech and hearing defects. The five-week clinic affords for these 
students the therapy so vital to them and, at the same time, pro- 
vides opportunity for supervised therapy training for speech cor- 
rection majors and for observation to other interested profes- 
sional personnel. 

For further information write to Dr. Laura Wright, Ala- 
bama College. 



(1) Public health personnel only complete second week in the field. 



ALABAMA COLLEGE 



DEPARTMENTAL OFFERINGS 

Courses numbered 100 through 400 are open to undergrad- 
uate students. Courses numbered 300 and 400 which are marked 
with an asterisk (*) may be taken by graduate students for 
graduate credit. Courses numbered 500 are open only to graduate 
students. 

The credit hours indicated are semester hours. 

The following courses not listed under a department will be 
taught as follows: 

BOTH TERMS 



Thesis 500. Thesis. 


Credit, 6 hours. 


Research 500. Introduction to Research Methods. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


ART 




FIRST TERM 




101. Foundations of Art. 


Credit, 2 or 3 hours. 


280. Ceramics. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


321. History of Art. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


341. Art Education in the Elementary School. 


Credit, 2 hours. 


SECOND TERM 




102. Foundations of Art. 


Credit, 2 to 3 hours. 


201. Drawing. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


220. Advertising Design. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


*421 Art of the United States. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


BIOLOGY 




FIRST TERM 




101. General Biology. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


102. General Biology. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


Geology 110. Physical Geology. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


*Geology 451. Earth Science for Teachers 


Credit, 3 hours. 


SECOND TERM 




101. General Biology. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


102. General Biology. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


Geology 110. Physical Geology. 


Credit, 3 hours. 



SUMMER SESSION 





BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 






FIRST TERM 




110. 


Personal Typewriting. (1) 


Credit, 3 hours. 


222. 


Principles of Accounting. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


261. 


Marketing. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


362. 


Management I. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


480. 


Business Law. 

SECOND TERM 


Credit, 3 hours. 


100. 


Business Principles. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


110. 


Personal Typewriting. (1) 


Credit, 3 hours. 


370. 


Business Writing. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


461. 


Management II. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


490. 


Corporation Finance. 

CHEMISTRY 

FIRST TERM 


Credit, 3 hours 


100. 


Fundamentals of Chemistry. 


Credit, 3 hours. 


121. 


General Chemistry. 

SECOND TERM 


Credit, 4 hours. 


122. 


General Chemistry. 


Credit, 4 hours. 


440. 


Special Problems. 

EDUCATION 


Credit, 3 hours. 



The letters E and S following the title of a course that car- 
ries graduate credit will indicate whether the course may be used 
in the elementary education program or in a secondary education 
program. 

Directed teaching is offered in the elementary school and 
in certain high school subjects (listed below), but the available 
places are limited in number. They will be filled as qualified 
applicants request them. Consequently, anyone who wishes to do 
student teaching this summer should write immediately to the 
Chairman of the Education Department for an application blank. 



FIRST TERM 

320. Principles of Elementary and 

High School Teaching. 
342. Materials and Methods in Elementary 

School Language Arts. 



Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 



(1) May not be elected by Business Administration and Secretarial Adminis- 
tration majors. 



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344. Materials and Methods in Elementary 

School Social Studies. 
*402. The Teaching of Reading (1) 
'"405. Modern Mathematics for Elementary 

Teachers. E. 
422. History of American Education. 
440. Directed Teaching and Observation in the 

Elementary School. (2) 
452. Directed Teaching and Observation in 

High School English. (2) 

454. Directed Teaching and Observation in 
High School Social Studies. (2) 

455. Directed Teaching and Observation in 
High School Mathematics. (2) 

458. Directed Teaching and Observation in 

High School Science. (2) 
460. Directed Teaching and Observation in High 

Secretarial Science. (2) 
*471. Introduction to the Exceptional Child. 
520. The Improvement of Reading Instruction. E, 

540. Techniques of Group Planning. 

541. Federal Financing of Schools. 

542. The School Curriculum. E, S. 



Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours 

Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 

Credit, 3 or 6 hours. 

Credit, 3 or 6 hours. 

Credit, 3 or 6 hours. 

Credit, 3 or 6 hours. 

Credit, 3 or 6 hours. 

School 

Credit, 3 or 6 hours. 

Credit, 3 hours. 
S. Credit, 3 hours. 

Credit, 3 hours. 

Credit, 3 hours. 

Credit, 3 hours. 



SECOND TERM 

320. Principles of Elementary and 

High School Teaching. Credit, 3 hours. 
345. Matherials and Methods in Elementary 

Mathematics and Scence. Credit, 3 hours. 

352. Materials and Methods in High School English. Credit, 3 hours. 

354. Materials and Methods in High School 

Social Studies. Credit, 3 hours. 

355. Materials and Methods in High School 

Mathematics. Credit, 3 hours. 
358. Materials and Methods in High School Science. Credit, 3 hours. 

400. Audio-Visual Materials and Methods. E. S. Credit, 3 hours. 
461. Evaluation in Elementary and Secondary 

Education. Credi, 3 hours. 

♦490. Philosophy of Education. E, S. Credit, 3 hours. 

514. Creative Arts for the Classroom Teacher. Credit, 3 hours. 

521. Modern Elementary Programs. Credit, 3 hours. 

522. Educational Supervision. E, S. Credit, 3 hours. 



(1) Workshop June 9-21. 

(2) A non-credit seminar from 12:00-1:30 p.m. will be required in these courses. 



SUMMER SESSION 



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ENGLISH 

FIRST TERM 

101. Freshman English. 

231. Studies in Literature. 
310. Children's Literature. 

*480. Structure of Modern English. 
502. Studies in American Literature after 1890. 

SECOND TERM 

102. Freshman English. 

232. Studies in Literature. 
*461. Victorian Literature. 



Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 



Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 



FOREIGN LANGUAGES 



FIRST TERM 
French 



101. Elementary French. 
201. Intermediate French. 



Credit, 4 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 



101. Elementary Spanish. 
201. Intermediate Spanish. 



Spanish 



Credit, 4 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 



SECOND TERM 
French 



102. Elementary French. 
202. Intermediate French. 



Credit, 4 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 



102. Elementary Spanish. 
202. Intermediate Spanish. 



Spanish 



Credit, 4 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 



HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



FIRST TERM 
100. Canoeing. 
124. Bowling (1) 

126, 136. Beg. Golf, Inter. Golf. 

127, 137, 147. Beg. Swimming, Inter. Swim. 

128, 138. Beg. Tennis, Inter. Tennis. 
165. Beginning Social Dance. 
185. Beginning Square Dance. 
320. Physical Education in the Elementary School 
4D0. Developing Creativity in the Out-of -Doors. 
540. Seminar in Health, Physical Education and 

Recreation. 
551. Readings in Physical Education. 



Credit, 1 hour. 

Credit, 1 hour. 

Credit, 1 hour each. 

Credit, 1 hour each. 

Credit, 1 hour each. 

Credit, 1 hour. 

Credit, 1 hour. 

Credit, 3 hours. 

Credit, 3 hours. 

Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 



(1) Charge of $3.00 for use of equipment. 



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SECOND TERM 
100. Canoeing. 

123. Beginning Badminton. 

124. Bowling (1) 

126, 136. Beg. Golf, Inter. Golf. 
128, 138. Beg. Tennis, Inter. Tennis. 
137, 147. Inter. Swimming. 



Credit, 1 hour. 

Credit, 1 hour. 

Credit, 1 hour. 
Credit, 1 hour each. 
Credit, 1 hour each. 
Credit, 1 hour each. 



440. Sociological Aspects of Sports in American Life. Credit, 3 hours. 
*489. Physical Education for the Elementary 

School Teacher. Credit, 3 hours. 

531. Organization and Administration of Athletics. Credit, 3 hours. 



HOME ECONOMICS 

FIRST TERM 
520. The Home Economics Curriculum. 
530. Family Living. 

560. Special Problems in Home Economics 
Education. (2) 

SECOND TERM 
230. Managing Family Finances. 
580. Family Relations and Child Development. 



Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 

Credit, 2 or 3 hours. 



Credit, 2 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 



MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS 

FIRST TERM 

Math. 120. Basic Mathematics. Credit, 3 hours. 

Math. 130. Introductory College Mathematics. Credit, 3 hours. 

Math. 140. College Algebra. Credit, 3 hours. 

Math. 251. Statistics. Credit, 3 hours. 

Math. 370. Intermediate Calculus. Credit, 3 hours. 

Physics 202. College Physics. (1) Credit, 2 hours. 

SECOND TERM 

Math. 150. Plane Trigonometry. Credit, 3 hours. 

Math. 200. Fundamentals of Mathematics. Credit, 3 hours. 

Physics 100. Introductory Physics. Credit, 3 hours. 

Physics 202. College Physics (1) Credit, 2 hours. 



MUSIC 

FIRST TERM 
121. Introduction to Music Literature. 
131-432. Choir. 

400. School Music for the Elementary Teacher. 
Applied Music. 



Credit, 2 or 3 hours. 

Credit, 1 hour. 

Credit, 4 hours. 



SECOND TERM 



Applied Music. 



(1) Charge of $3.00 for use of equipment. 

(2) Workshop June 9-21, two hours credit; June 9-28, three hours credit. 
(1) Must be taken both terms to receive credit. 



SUMMER SESSION 



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PSYCHOLOGY 

FIRST TERM 

201. General Psychology. 
*451. Psychology of the Mentally Retarded 

Child. E, S. 
580. Advanced Child Growth and Development. E, S. Credit 3 hours. 

SECOND TERM 

202. General Psychology. 
330. Educational Psychology. 

*350. Adolescent Psychology. 
410. Abnormal Psychology. 



Credit, 3 hours. 



Credit, 3 hours. 



Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 



SOCIAL SCIENCES 

FIRST TERM 
Economics. 201. Economic Principles and Problems. 
Economics 440. Comparative Economic Systems. 
Geography 432. Geography of North America. 
History 101. History of Civilization. 
History 211. History of the United States. 
History *471. The Federal Union, 1783-1861. 
History *481. The United States Since 1913. 
History 462. History of the Old South. 
P. S. 200. American Government. 
P. S. 420. Government and Politics of the 

Soviet Union. 
Sociology 230. Introductory Sociology. 
Sociology 350. Anthropology. 

SECOND TERM 
Economics 202. Economic Principles and Problems. 
Economics 310. Money and Banking. 
History 102. History of Civilization. 
History 212. History of the United States. 
History 310. Contemporary World History. 
History 360. History of Europe from 1648-1815. 
History 540. The United States in the Nineteenth 

Century, 1840-1898. 
P. S. 251. State Government. 
P. S. 430. Law and Society. 
P. S. 492. International Relations. 
Sociology 240. Social Problems. 
Sociology. 360. Culture Change. 



Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours.. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 

Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 



Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 

Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 
Credit, 3 hours. 



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SPEECH 

FIRST TERM 

Introductory Principles of Public Speaking. Credit, 3 hours. 

Creative Dramatics. (1) Credit, 3 hours. 

Speech for the Classroom Teacher. Credit, 3 hours. 

Clinical Practice with Elem. Grades. Credit, 2-6 hours. 

479. Clinical Practice with High School and Adults. Credit, 2-6 hours. 



140. 
*420. 
*440. 

469. 



140. 

240. 

*480. 



SECOND TERM 

Introductory Principles of Public Speaking. Credit, 3 hours. 

Voice and Diction. Credit, 3 hours. 

Introduction to Speech Correction. (2) Credit, 3 hours. 



MONTEVALLO ELEMENTARY AND HIGH SCHOOLS 

The Elementary School will operate for five weeks, the Junior 
High School for six weeks, and the Senior High School will operate for 
one term of eight weeks. 

The registration fee will be $15.00 for the Elementary School, $20.00 
for Junior High School, and $25.00 for Senior High School. 

A student may earn a maximum of one unit of work in the Senior 
High School. This may be one unit in a single subject or two half 
units. No fee will be charged other than the registration fee. (1) 

Elementary or Senior High pupils outside of Montevallo will be admit- 
ted to the schools. Pupils desiring work in either of the two divisions 
should make application as early as possible. Children whose parents 
are in the Summer School will be given preference in the Demonstration 
Schools. 

Algebra I. 

Algebra II. 

Biology. 

English Sr. 1. Composition and Literature. 

English Sr. 2. Composition and Literature. 

Social Studies Sr. 2. American History. 

Social Studies Sr. 3. Democracy-Economics. 

Typing I. 

Typing II. 

Accelerated and Remedial Courses will be offered in Junior High 
Mathematics, English and Science. 

Note: Write to Montevallo High School for application form. 



(1) Workshop June 9-21. 

(2) Workshop July 14-26. 

(1) There will be a $2.00 fee for students using College pool. 



ALABAMA COLLEGE SUMMER SESSION — 1969 
SCHEDULE - FIRST TERM 



Department 8:00-9:30 



9:30-11:00 



11:00-12:30 



1:30-3:00 



Arrange 



Art 



101 Bloch 
341 Bloch 



280 

321 Bloch 



101a H-103 101b H-103 102ab H-103 Geol. 110 470 

Geol. 110 Geol. 451 (TTh) H-114 1:00-5:00 

H-114 H-114 101a (MW) MTWTh 

H-102 
Biology 101b (TTh) 

H-102 
102a (MW) 

H-104 
102b (TTh) 

H-104 
Geol. 451 

(MWLH-114 



Business 
Administration 


110 R-119 
i 362J-105 


480 J-201 


222 H-118 
261 J-100 






Chemistry 


121 H-119 




100 H-218 


121 (TTh) 
H-204 

100 (MW) 
H-218 




Education 


342 W-210 
405 W-103 
471 W-102 
540 W-205 


320 W-210 
422 W-103 
542 W-205 


344 W-205 
520 W-210 
541 W-209 
R500 W-103 




440, 451, 454, 
455, 458, 460. 
402 (1) W-204 


English 


101a H-120 
231a H-201 
480 H-220 


lOlbc H-120, 

220 
231b H-119 


lOld H-120 
231c H-201 
310 H-220 
502 H-226 






Foreign 
Language 


Fr. 201 Bloch 


Fr. 101 Bloch 
Span. 201 
Bloch 


Span. 101 
Bloch 






Health, P.E. 
& Recreation 


126a 
128, 138 
540 M-l 


126b 
185 

320 M-l 
551 M-2 


124a 

450 M-l 


124b 
127 


100, 165 

(12:30-1:30) 
136 (3:00-4:30) 


Home 
Economics 


530 Bloch 


520 Bloch 






560 (2) 





Math. 130 


Math. 120 


Math. 140 


Phy. 202 (TTh) 


hematics 


H-225 


Math. 370 


H-225 


H-203 


Physics 


Math. 251 
H-226 


H-226 

Phy. 202 (3) 

H-201 







Music 



420 Cal. 



121 Cal. 



400 Cal. 



Applied Music, 
131-432 



Psychology 



580 Bloch 



451 Bloch 



201 Bloch 
340 Bloch 





Hist. 101 


Hist. 211 


Econ. 440 




J-201 


J-106 


J-107 




Hist. 462 


Hist. 332 


Geog. 432 


Social 


J-106 


J-105 


H-120 


Sciences 


Econ. 201 


P.S. 200 J-202 


Hist. 342 




J-107 


Soc. 230 J-107 


J-105 




Geog. 331 




P.S. 420 J-202 




H-120 




Soc. 350 J-106 



140 W-102 



150 H-119 
440 W-102 



469, 479 
420 (4) 



(1) Workshop June 9-21. 

(2) Workshop June 9-21, two hours credit; June 9-28, three hours credit. 

(3) Must be taken both terms in order to receive credit. 

(4) Workshop June 9-21. 



ALABAMA COLLEGE SUMMER SESSION 
SCHEDULE - SECOND TERM 



1969 



Department 



8:00-9:30 



9:30-11:00 



11:00-12:30 



1:30-3:00 



Arrange 



Art 



102 Bloch 
220 Bloch 



201 Bloch 
421 Bloch 



102ab H-103 
Geol. 110 
H-114 



lOlab H-103 



Biology 



101a (MW) 

H-102 
101b (TTh) 

H-102 
102a (MW) 

H-104 
102b (TTh) 

H-104 
Geol. 110 

(TTh) H-114 



Business 110 R-119 

Administration 370 H-226 



100 H-220 
490 H-225 



461 J-201 



Chemistry 



122 H-119 



122 (TTh) 
H-204 



440 



Education 



320 W-210 
490 W-103 
521 W-205 



345 W-205 
352, 354, 
355, 358 
W-204A 
461 W-103 
522 W-210 



400 W-103 
514 W-210 
R500 W-205 



English 


102a H-120 
232a H-220 


102bc H-120, 

119 
232b H-226 


102d H-119 
232c H-226 
461 H-220 






Foreign 
Language 


Fr. 202 Bloch 


Fr. 102 Bloch 
Span. 202 
Bloch 


Span. 102 
Bloch 






Health, P.E. 
& Recreation 


126, 136 
128, 138 


123 

489 M-1 


124a 
531 M-2 


124b 
137, 147 
440 M-1 


100 12:30-1:30) 
120 (3:00-4:30) 


Home 
Economics 


580 Bloch 




230 Bloch 






Mathematics 
and Physics 


Math. 200 
H-225 


Phy. 202 (1) 
H-201 


Math. 150 
H-225 

Phy. 100 
H-201 


Phy. 100 (MW) 

H-203 
Phy. 202 (TTh) 

H-203 




Music 










Applied Music, 
131-432 


Psychology 


330 Bloch 


410 Bloch 


202 Bloch 
350 Bloch 









Econ. 202 


Hist. 212 


Econ. 310 




J-107 


J-106 


J-201 


Social 


Hist. 102 


Hist. 360 


Hist. 540 


Sciences 


J-201 


J-105 


J-105 




Hist. 310 


P.S. 430 J-202 


P.S. 492 J-106 




J-106 


Soc. 240 J-107 


Soc. 360 J-107 




P.S. 251 J-202 







140 W-102 



240 W-102 



480 (2) 
Library 



(1) Must be taken both terms to receive credit. 

(2) Workshop July 14-26. 



Tear off and fill out this blank and mail to Director of Admissions, 
Alabama College, Montevallo, Alabama. 



REQUEST FOR APPLICATION FORM 



Name (in full) 



Address: Street and Number, or R.F.D. 



City County State Zip 



♦Have you attended Alabama College before? 

If so, when? 

Have you earned college credit elsewhere? 

Do you have a bachelor's degree? 

Please mail me a regular application form for the summer session. 



Signature 



Date 



*A11 students who wish to attend the 1969 Summer School must file the re- 
quired application form and make the proper deposit.